It’s been a little more than a month since we last got a Windows 10 Mobile update, but if you’re running the new software on one of your phones, it’s finally time to update once again!
Microsoft is now pushing out build 10536 of the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview to Windows Insider testers in the Fast ring. If you’re updating from build 10512, which was the last update, you’ll actually get two updates today. First you’ll go to Build 10536.1000, then you’ll get another one to go to 10536.1004.
There are a few notable features included in this latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview build. An updated Photos app includes a folder view to easily see your OneDrive, PC, and SD card folders, as well as faster zoom and panning when viewing photos. Also included is one-handed mode for all phones, which you can activate by pressing and holding the Start key. When you do the whole screen will slide down, making it easier to reach items at the top of the display.
Also included are several bug fixes, like the return of the Insider Hub, a fix for Quiet Hours/Do Not Disturb, and the ability to use mobile hotspot. Here’s Microsoft’s full list of fixes:
There are also some bugs that Microsoft is aware of, like disabling of notifications until you unlock your phone. There’s also a situation with the Lumia 1020 and the Lumia Camera app, which is required to use Lumia 1020-specific features like 41-megapixel image capture and DNG file support. The Lumia Camera app won’t be available in the Windows Store until this fall, so if you’ve got a Lumia 1020 and want the app, you’ll have to either wait until then or downgrade to Windows Phone 8.1.